Valentine's Day Music Quiz and a Breakfast For Two
Welcome to our special Valentine's Day blog, where love and music intertwine in a harmonious celebration!
Our team, infused with the spirit of romance, has meticulously curated a selection of Valentine's Day albums! We don't get any emotion from them most of the time so this is pretty special! (JK)
But that's not all – we've also prepared an engaging Valentine's Music Quiz to test your knowledge and add a playful twist to your day.
And to start your Valentine's morning with an extra sprinkle of affection, we're sharing an exclusive recipe for a delightful Valentine's breakfast, designed to warm hearts and tantalize taste buds.
Whether you're spending the day with a special someone or indulging in some self-love, our Valentine's Day blog is here to add a touch of musical romance and culinary delight to your celebrations.
Put your favourite album on and grab your partner for some magic in the kitchen. Don't forget to try out our music related Valentine's Day Quiz!
Crispy Panko Eggs with Fresh Herbs.
½ cup panko (Japanese breadcrumbs)
2 tablespoons olive oil
4 large eggs
½ teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon black pepper
1 tablespoon chopped mixed fresh herbs (choose from dill, chives, and flat-leaf parsley)
Handful baby spinach
Optional: Parmesan Cheese
Start by combining panko and olive oil in a nonstick pan. Warm it over medium heat. Let the panko sit undisturbed, allowing it to gently toast to a golden hue. This should take about 3 minutes. Once golden, scoop out 2 tablespoons of the toasted panko and set it aside.
Spread the remaining panko evenly across the pan. This will be the bed for your eggs.
Now, crack the eggs over the panko. Season them with salt and pepper. Cook them over medium heat until the egg whites almost set, which should take around 2 minutes.
Now add your baby spinach around and over the eggs. Cover the pan and continue to cook until the egg whites are completely set. This should take about 2 more minutes, but you can adjust depending on how runny or firm you prefer your yolks.
Once done, transfer the eggs to plates. Sprinkle them with the reserved toasted panko and freshly chopped herbs. The herbs not only add a burst of color but also a fresh, aromatic touch to your dish. Add a little parmesan if you love it as much as we do!
Happy Valentine's Day x